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  • 2018-2019 Cheer Squads Selected

    Cheer squad try-outs were held on Thursday, March 15. The names of the squad members for the 2018-2019 seasons were released by Sara Houtman, SFCHS cheer coach. Girls comprising the squads are listed below.

    Football Cheerleaders
    Lauren Johnson - Captain
    Jessie Confer
    Lindsey Johnson
    Karly Bandel
    Taighe Weeter
    Emma Johnson

    Winter Sports Cheerleaders
    Hadleigh Hilt - Captain
    McKenna Poling
    Hailey Robbins
    Bailey Workman

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  • High School Track Underway

    The high school track season is underway. Fifty-one student-athletes have reported for practice. The teams will be coached by Devin Dinkel, Nick O'Loughlin, Tiffany Poet, and Shaylinn Zweygardt. Track team members include:


    Seniors:  Reagan Beims, Emileigh Dinkel, Jylian Laten, Mallory Mills, and Madison Tice

    Juniors:  Jessica Confer, Lauren Johnson, Lindsey Johnson, and Joslyn Ketzner

    Sophomores:  Karly Bandel, Alondra Gomez, Emma Hackler, Sierra Robbins, Taighe Weeter, Perla Yanez, and Hannah Zimbal

    Freshman:  Emma Johnson and Kattie Wurm


    Seniors:  Tate Busse, Trayton  Doyle, Jake Faulkender, Wyatt Hackler, Luin Norris, Nick Paulsen, Dalton Straub, and Blake Utsler

    Juniors:  Cody Baxter, Hunter Helton, Richard Johnson, Conner Keller, K.C. Krien, Tiernan Poling, Bryce Raby, Jordan Raby, and Tayton Weeter

    Sophomores:  Jaron Beirig, Brady Dinkel, Seth Hilt, Isaiah Lee, and Aaron White

    Freshmen:  Jesse Baxter, Shadryon Blanka, Garin Cooper, Seth Grice, Jasper Hunt, Adam Krien, Colton Neitzel, Tyson Poling, Brady Schoenrogge, Keagan Taylor, and Kobe Tice

    The first competition is scheduled for Friday, April 6, when the teams will travel to Tribune to compete in the Greeley County Invitational.

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  • Tractor Safety Course Offered

    K-State Research and Extension will present a Tractor Safety Training on June 9, 2018. The training will run from 8:30 am to 5:00 p.m. and will be held at the Sherman County 4-H Building in Goodland, Kansas.

    If you are 14 or 15 years old, you must have completed a Tractor Safety Training Course to work for anyone other than your parents or legal guardian. Youth 16 years old and older are welcome to attend the course to improve safety skills.

    Cost of the course in $20 (for class materials). Lunch will be provided.

    Registration and fee are due by June 5th. Checks should be made payable to Sunflower Extension District.  For more information call 785-332-3171.

    Click here for more information.

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  • Junior High Track Practice Begins

    The junior high track teams began practice on Wednesday, March 7. Thirty-six student-athletes have reported to coaches Ted Busse, Kent Kechter, and Traci Price. Students participating on the 2018 junior high track teams are listed below.

    8th grade girls:  Jordyn Faulkender, Hadleigh Hilt, Lyden Lampe, Mia Morrow, McKenna Poling, Hailey Robbins, Jeanie Strick, and Bailey Workman

    7th grade girls:  Molly Gilliland, Jesslynn Houtman, Ellee Krien, Angela Ramirez, Janie Ramirez, Talexa Weeter, and Rian Zimbal

    6th grade girls:  Kinley Havel, Makaila Matthies, Jaclyn Milliken, and Kaylee Moberly, 

    8th grade boys:  Vladimir Chinik, Elijah Mills, Cutter Neitzel, Shannon Rethke, and Caleb Todd

    7th grade boys:  Ben Busse, Garrett Helton, Preston Witzel, and Javier Yanez

    6th grade boys:  Chris Espino, Dodge Fromholtz, Connor Hathaway, Malachi Jennings, Rhonald Neitzel, Colton Raile, Jordan Smull, and Seth Tumbelson

    The first competition date is scheduled for April 10 when the teams will compete in the Atwood Invitational Track and Field Meet.

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